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INAUGURATION OF THE LIVING CHAPEL AT THE BOTANICAL GARDEN OF ROME

Today, 5 June 2020, on World Environment Day, we inaugurated the Living Chapel installation at the Botanical Garden in Rome together with our partners and sponsors, without whom nothing of this would have been possible.


In collaboration with the Dicastery for Human Development, Fondazione Sapienza, FAO_Mountain Partnership, Global Catholic Climate Movement, and the United Nations Faith for Earth programme, the Living Chapel was created to unite all faiths around the shared value of safeguarding our planet by inspiring, educating and incentivising the world's population to live in harmony with the natural world.

At the end of the summer, in collaboration with SISEF, the 60 Million Trees programme and the Lazio Region's Ossigeno Project, the young trees nurtured by the Living Chapel will be distributed throughout Italy for the recovery of degraded areas and the creation of new Laudato Si' Gardens.

"I am very pleased to host the LC at the Botanical Garden of Rome because it is a beautiful structure that contributes to strengthening the intrinsic meaning of the Garden as a tool to convey the message about the importance of reconnecting with nature and its conservation," explained Fabio Attorre, director

of the Botanical Garden of Rome





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